Conflict in Stuart England; essays in honour of Wallace Notestein. Edited by William Appleton Aiken and Basil Duke Henning.
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Henning, Basil Duke.
Great Britain -- History -- Stuarts, 1603-1714.
Notestein, Wallace, 1878-1969.
271 p. port. 22 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Introductory: Wallace Notestein, by H. Simpson.--An analysis of major conflicts in seventeenth-century England, by W. H. Coates.--King James I and Anglo-Scottish unity, by D. H. Willson.--The procedure of the House of Commons against patents and monopolies, 1621-1624, by E. R. Foster.--Charles I and the constitution, by H. Hulme.--"There are no remedies for many things but by a Parliament"; some opposition committees, 1640, by M. F. Keeler.--English pamphlet support for Charles I, November 1648-January 1649, by W. L. Sachse.--"Of people either too few or too many"; the conflict of opinion on population and its relation to emigration, by M. Campbell.--The Admiralty in conflict and commission, 1679-1684, by W. A. Aiken.--The bishops in politics, 1688-1714,by F. G. James.--Bibliography of Wallace Notestein (p. 258-263)
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